Open for Prayer

Open For Prayer

Open for Prayer We are delighted to announce that our beautiful church is now re-opening for private prayer, and we look forward to welcoming you again. Further stages of re-opening will follow in line with Government Advice and will be announced on the website and our social media when we have more information for you..   Individual private prayer As … Read More

Memorial Plaque to Polish Airmen

Polish Air Force Association

Memorial Plaque to Polish Airmen Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the unveiling of the Memorial Plaque to Polish Airmen in St. Paul’s Cathedral, London   Sunday 7th June, was the 30th Anniversary of the unveiling of the Memorial Plaque to Polish Airmen in St. Paul’s Cathedral, London. Under normal circumstances, we would have been gathering at the Plaque to attend … Read More

Spiritual and Pastoral Care

RAF CHAPLAINS CELEBRATE 100 YEARS SUPPORTING PERSONNEL AND THEIR FAMILIES

Spiritual and Pastoral Care St Clement Danes is the Central Church of the RAF. It provides spiritual and pastoral care and support for serving and ex-serving personnel and their families in many ways;   Through a full programme of church services including baptisms, weddings, funerals and memorial services. The church marks key events of the RAF year, such as Founders … Read More

Thy Kingdom Come Launch Event 2020

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Thy Kingdom Come Launch Event 2020 The AF Chaplaincy Prayer Launch event for Thy Kingdom Come will take place virtually online: 0900 Thu 21 May (Ascension Thursday).   The Rev (Sqn Ldr) David E. Skillen RAF introduces:’Thy Kingdom Come’ Launch event “Thy Kingdom Come’ runs from Ascension Thursday (21st May) until Pentecost Sunday (31st May). For this 11 day period … Read More

Runnymede Virtual Memorial Service

Runnymede Memorial

Runnymede Virtual Memorial Service A special virtual commemoration of the RAF’s Runnymede service on Sunday 17 May.   Every year the Royal Air Force arranges a service to commemorate the more than 20,000 men and women from Commonwealth air forces who lost their lives during the Second World War and to this day, have no known grave. The service usually takes place on … Read More

Easter Sunday Podcast from St Clement Danes Church

Easter Sunday Podcast from St Clement Danes Church Join us at 11.00 Easter Sunday for our service podcast David Osborn, our Resident Chaplain, will be holding our Easter Sunday service from St Clement Danes Church at 11.00 tomorrow morning. Please join us as we worship together on this very special day. The link to the podcast and to the “Virtual” … Read More

Palm Sunday Podcast, 5th April

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday Podcast Palm Sunday Serivce podcast, tomorrow, Sunday 5th April Tomorrow morning, Resident Chaplain, David Osborn, will be sharing our Palm Sunday service at 11.00 Please join me for our special Palm Sunday service on tomorrow morning. This will be presented by podcast, please just click on the link which will appear on our Website in the Sermon Section, … Read More

Palm Sunday Podcast 5th April

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday Podcast Palm Sunday Serivce podcast, Sunday 5th April Resident Chaplain, David Osborn, will be sharing our Palm Sunday service on Sunday 5th April at 11.00 Please join me for our special Palm Sunday service on Sunday. This will be presented by podcast, please just click on the link which appears on our Website, Facebook, and Twitter sites. This … Read More

Thought For The Day

Thought For The Day Palm Sunday is fast approaching, when our Lord makes his entry into Jerusalem and people grab branches from the palm trees and cast them before his feet. For two thousand years the church has re-enacted this event with processions, often including a donkey, and special prayers. A lot of noise and a lot of confusion, even … Read More

Prayer and Bible Reading for today

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Bible Reading & Prayer for today Resident Chaplain, David Osborn, shares a Bible reading and Prayer for today During this time when we spend our time at home;Whether working with family and loved ones, or continuing as normal if you are a key worker, or supporting our NHS as many within the RAF Family are doing. I thought I would … Read More